|On our way to Wednesday's dinner at the Garden Restaurant|
|Some of the participants sitting around my empty chair|
|Some tulips in Temple Square|
I also got in time to do some of my own work while I waited for questions for help. I cleaned out my Download folder, by moving files to their respective folders and inputting any data needed into RootsMagic. I also viewed a few films and took lots of photos of deeds--all of the Johnson/Johnston, Phillips, Broadstreet, Person, and Hill men who owned land in Yalobusha County, Mississippi. I'm hoping that analyzing these deeds and putting them into an Excel spreadsheet will help me figure out where Samuel Johnston came from in Alabama/South Carolina. I did some Massachusetts work one day, viewing in books and online films of families of my client and was able to fill in another generation or two.
- The Saturday Night Genealogy Fun post was about the weather on our day of birth.
- For this week’s 52 Ancestors post I wrote about my great-great aunt’s final resting place in a Brooklyn cemetery, which I visited.